videodisk


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vid·e·o·disc

also vid·e·o·disk  (vĭd′ē-ō-dĭsk′)
n.
A disc on which sounds and images, as of a movie, are recorded.

[Originally a German trademark.]

videodisk

(ˈvɪdɪəʊˌdɪsk)
n
(Computer Science) another name for optical disc
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.videodisk - a digital recording (as of a movie) on an optical disk that can be played on a computer or a television setvideodisk - a digital recording (as of a movie) on an optical disk that can be played on a computer or a television set
optical disc, optical disk - a disk coated with plastic that can store digital data as tiny pits etched in the surface; is read with a laser that scans the surface
Translations
videolemez

videodisk

[ˈvɪdɪəʊˌdɪsk] nvideodisco
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David Paul Gregg first envisioned the optical disk (or VIDEODISK as he named it) in 1958 and patented the technology in 1961 and 1969.
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